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  1. Who started World War One? The Devil, right?

    If God had been in charge, then instead of committing mass suicide over nothing, the white race of Europe would have united, overcome all minor differences of language, religion, and culture, and worked to exterminate all non-whites worldwide and replace them with their own, in which case there would be world peace and prosperity.

    Er, a world with a greatly reduced gene pool that’s subject to new diseases, and probably a hellhole of war like in WWI, only worse.

    So, maybe God was in charge 🙂

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